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I got the rs97 from mammazon bc the extra 10 bucks but faster delivery... Very satisfied..the games are quick to load..nice built..battery charges superfast..i love it Haven't hacked the system yet...matterfact i won't anyway but games are smooth and i love it lol
Got my KZ ZSTs and they hiss like crazy. Why are these being shilled?
So I have ordered some chink shit after rest - stainless steel plate for my new 60% keyboo project (23$) and purple aluminum case (44$) and a pair of flashlights - convoy s11 (26$) and sofirn sp33 (22$). But it didn't me happier.
there's a review on ali says the battery drains really quickly. Is that true?
Also can you upload roms to it?
They're just passive speakers, aren't they? It's your phone or whatever that's hissing. Maybe the impedances don't match properly or something.
I don't need that but sort of want. Does it actually work?
I've never had it with other IEMs/earphones though.
Looks like display is a sticker
>there's a review on ali says the battery drains really quickly. Is that true? Not that user so can't comment about the battery life, but a nice thing about the RS97 is that it takes standard Nokia BL-5B batteries so it is pretty easy to find replacement batteries for it.
Why does every cheap chink keyboard have that fucking awful font for the keys?
Chinked. You’re out of luck buddy.
those are targeted at subhuman gamers
Can anyone confirm if we'll have an Easter Day Sale?
>can not be eat edible vagina sticks when
>cannot deliver to Zimbabwe
it's to make them cheaper to make. kinda like how stencils work. you should replace them with better keycaps anyway if you aren't dirt poor
Do youknow any good chinkshit earplugs with noise cancelling?
I got myself picrelated and while i like this feature they aren't good enough. Cons: >wind whistles in the holes and they make awful noise trying to supress that. Legit unusable outdoors without a hood >the supression itself isn't complete, they make everything except people's voices quiter which is a plus but makes people's voices even more audible >they make a little bit of their own noise which isn't great.
Have the chinks accomplished good noise cancelling yet?
They are pretty godawful, I agree. You can put another set of keys on if you want.
I would never buy food, medicine and hygiene products ever from china sites
Everything else they can be be brilliant but those they can give aids of some shit
I think I may have been chinked for the first time. Tracking says the item was delivered but I haven't received it yet. Very interesting. Has anyone else had this happen? I will wait and see if it gets here tomorrow. I already messaged the seller.
How is using a different font cheaper? My guess is they aren't paying for licensing anyway, so you might as well use a font that doesn't look like it's designed for a fanmade sci-fi titleheader.
less precision needed, fewer defects. not sure how those are made, if they're coated first and then laser etched, or if they're literally using a stencil somehow, but with a laser they can just make the letter in one or two broad strokes rather than having to make many passes with finer detail.
also the material itself has limitations. for example if you make an O with a disconnected "island" in the middle, or if you use a font with sharp corners, those parts of the coating will rub off more easily.
A similar one appears in an AvE video. It died for no appatent reason
My KZ Ate's finally broke. What are the latest meme IEMs?
Around that price range: Ed9, ZS3, einsear T2
Only time that happened to me was with a smartass seller that sent an empty box to an address near mine. What he didn't expect was that my country's tracking says the post code of the adressee, which was completly different than mine. I obviously got my money back.
Gearbest package arrived, got Xiaomi Mijia Smart Switch and white balance cards. Too bad I got chink'd, camera module for Raspberry Pi is missing.
if they are all in series just stack 3 18650s, there are some spacers so they dont jiggle around. you will want to use cells with a nub on top, or you can solder/tack a small spring onto them (hell, even a spring inside some foam padding between cells would work). what is the end to end voltage on that aaa adapter?
I think it's 4.5 volts
>is there something that would let me use 18650s in my torch or similar in lieu of this 9xAA casing? No. If it's an expensive flashlight like Ledlenser or Fenix I would put some Energizer lithiums in it and store it as an emergency flashlight. If it's cheap I would give it away and buy a better 18650 instead. That's too difficult, look at the adapters 3 prong head, he would have to take it off and connect it with a custom adapter.
so they are all in parallel, yikes, thats gonna be a hell to adapt to 18650, its possible but troublesome (a couple of long nickel strips from bottom 2 cells onto the top one, polarities spaced 180deg from each other maybe?)
>the adapters 3 prong thats just increased surface contact area, that would be easier than the rest, 3 springs side by side, assuming the case would still be the 0v rail
outermost prongs are earth and the centre one is live, dyi'ing an adapter is not totally out of the question
>so they are all in parallel brainfart, i meant the 18650 would have to be in parallel, the aaas are in 3s3p
Havn't been following the tablet market at all and need a new one. What tablet do I buy with a max budget of 200 dollars?
Mi Pad 4
you got that right
I wish Android had better app support for musicians I'd get a tablet in a second. I'm stuck hoping to find a used iPad Air 2 from before Apple culled all 32 bit apps
my arduino uno clone arrived. paid like 4 dollars during the anniversary sale (with a 3$ off coupon) for the board itself, a small breadboard, like 20 cables, a couple LEDs and switches, 2 light sensors, some resistors and a battery adapter. everything works, however the board shows up as usb to serial adapter under lsusb, instead of arduino or arduino clone. had to change ports in the IDE to upload sketches to it, but otherwise it works fine.
can't be fucked taking photos tonight, but i can take some tommorrow if anyone is interested.
>the board shows up as usb to serial adapter under lsusb Isn't that perfectly normal anyway
no, i'm fairly sure the original arduino shows up as arduino. i might be mistaken though, can't check right now.
Any good 2.5" drive enclosures with USB 3.1 Gen 2? Type C plug would be a plus so that I can reuse cables I already own
You don't need an enclosure for 2.5" drives, just buy a USB to SATA cable. Only 3.5" drives need external power.
I'm mostly considering an enclosure rather than adapter because I'm planning to use it with an HDD and I don't want to keep the drive bare. If I was going with an SSD, yeah adapter would be my go to
at least the nano clones show up as usb to serials and that's normal
Can anyone point me toward a serviceable and cheap replacement wire for earbuds with detachable cords?
What clip on microphone should I buy? Mostly for gaming on ps4 with friends
Why do the same shipping methods show different time estimates on Aliexpress? Is it just made up or will a phone that says >Standard shipping 15-30 days Actually show up faster than one saying: >Standard shipping 38-53 days Also, is the 6GB RAM version of the redmi note 7 worth it over the 4GB version?
If you want to protect the PCB on the underside then screw on a plastic or wood board. The top is already protected enough.
>the board shows up as usb to serial adapter under lsusb, instead of arduino or arduino clone because it probably uses a ch340g and a atmega328p instead of just an atmega32u4. its still alright, you just cant fake hid with it. get an chinkduino pro micro clone with an atmega32u4, its basically less than $4 and you can fake hids with it
Odd, Mine never hissed. try using them on a different device. the only issue i had is the plastic memory part had the wire come out after like 4 months, but they sounded great for me.
care to share link? all ive found got silly lights on them